Now very soon you may “touch” the things in VR video

Now very soon you may "touch" the things in VR videoNow very soon you may “touch” the things in VR video

Soon you will  ‘touch’ things in the video. MIT scientists are developing a new imaging technique.  used a conventional camera and dynamic algorithms Interactive camera video (IDV) sees something small, almost invisible vibration. To prepare the video simulations whereby the user can feel something like that the imaginary tree or a cat.

 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory  Ph.D. student A. Davis said”, “This technique allows us to capture the behavior of things physical. Whereby we have achieved a way to experiment with them in the virtual space .

They said by making an interactive video we can guess how things will respond to unknown forces as well as we can find a new way to connect to the video.